A cool, gray autumn day set the perfect mood for a stroll in Munich’s Alter Südlicher Friedhof (The Old South Cemetery).
Say hello to Saint Mundita: 2nd century Christian martyr and patron saint of single women.
This modest, shell-encrusted box doesn’t complain as it sits, day after day, on a Miami Beach tourist shop shelf.
From the first human tribes to the titans of Wall Street, it’s a fact that the higher up the financial food chain one goes, the bigger and fancier the house.
For most travelers, any trip to Europe will include a fair number of visits to famous churches. Pick any travel guide for a European capital, and I promise that at least one (if not more) of the top 10 must-see sights will be a church.
There are unusual sights, and unexpected sights, but sometimes in our travels we stumble into something so surprising that it’s impossible not to stop and take notice. Surfboards and wetsuits, in the middle of Munich? These are the Eisbach River surfers.
Instead of “Where’s Waldo?” today it’s “Where’s Gallivance-o?” It’s a few days until Europe’s biggest party begins, and we’re sitting at a picnic table, under a leafy canopy of chestnut trees.